Colleges, School and Institutes
I have conducted more than two years’ fieldwork in Malawi, 2009-10 and 2015. My doctoral work concerned gender relations and marital dispute resolution in a matrilineal context. My more recent research focuses on the workings of a rural Magistrates’ court.
I completed my PhD in 2013 at the University of Cambridge, where I also studied for my BA and MPhil. I worked for three years as a Research Fellow at Peterhouse College, Cambridge, before joining DASA as a Lecturer in 2016. In 2018, I completed the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE) and became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
- BA (Hons), Archaeology and Anthropology (Cambridge)
- MPhil, Social Anthropological Research (Cambridge)
- PhD, Social Anthropology (Cambridge)
- PGCHE, Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (Birmingham)
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge
Master of Philosophy, University of Cambridge
Social Anthropological Research
Bachelor of Arts, University of Cambridge
Archaeology and Anthropology
Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, PGCHE2017 - 2018
Willingness to take PhD students
I welcome enquiries from students interested in gender relations, development, and legal anthropology.